Well, it's hard to shut up about this one, my 100th moe. show.
My main emotion is gratitude for getting to travel, record, and share the music I love. I am grateful to the band, for doing what they do, the way they do it. To Skip, the hardest working man int the music business. Most touring bands have 3-4, or maybe 5 guys doing the jobs he does. To Steve, who made some old East German multi-purpose public hall sound great Saturday, then lit up a tiny rock club tonight. To Jason, who has been using (someone else's) different rig each night, and yet managing to give us the visual part of the tapestry that is a night with moe.
Thanks to all my famoe.ly, absent and present. Ira, grabbing that coaster which had the note to Al about my 100th (and Cherie's 20th! woowoowoo!), and having Al sign it was kind and thoughtful beyond words. It was great to see you and your wife. Meredith, you always make me smile. Thanks to the Brothers Gow, who got to the venue late, but never lost their smiles. And, finally, thanks to the guy from Costa Rica for offering me that joint. That problem has been solved, but its nioe to think I am still semi-cool looking.
Anyway, I could go on and on, in fact, I just did. Plenty of music left on this tour, so...